100 Armed Prisoners: Riot at London Deportation Center – Security Forces on Duty

100 Armed Prisoners: Riot at London Deportation Center - Security Forces on Duty
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Riot at London Deportation Center – Security Forces on Duty

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A riot broke out at the Deportation Center at London Airport on Saturday. It is said that 100 prisoners were involved in this. Some members of the gang were seen armed. Earlier there was power failure for more than 24 hours.

IA riot broke out between prisoners at a deportation center at London’s Heathrow Airport on Saturday morning. According to the British Home Office, an armed group of people had gathered in one of the courtyards of the centre. The ministry said police and law enforcement agencies are on the spot. The riot broke out with the power outage.

According to the BBC, initially no one was injured in the incident. Of “Guardians” And this “BBCTold that around 100 prisoners took part in the protest. Accordingly, the power failure, which is said to have lasted for 24 hours, should have been triggered. Initially it was not clear whether power supply could be restored. Around 100 people had to be shifted from the center to make room for the newcomers. A sit-in at the Harmondsworth facility was also directed against this.

Criticism of government for dealing with migrants

The incident comes at a time when the UK government has come under criticism for its treatment of migrants. Recently, an early reception feature on the English Channel made headlines due to overcrowding and unacceptable conditions.

The center in Kent County, which was actually designed for only 1,600 people, currently holds more than twice as many migrants – an estimated 3,500 – as acknowledged by British Secretary of State for Immigration Robert Jenrick. The government was approached for further judicial review.

According to media reports, a young woman threw a letter in a bottle over the fence, saying that pregnant women and the sick in the camp needed immediate help. In the last few days, the concern about the spread of diseases had increased.

Not everything is going according to plan even outside the camp: According to a report in the Guardian, about a dozen asylum seekers, who had to be resettled in new housing, died on Tuesday evening without notice, supplies or new addresses. Left to their own devices. At London Victoria train station.

So far this year, more than 38,000 people have crossed the English Channel in Great Britain – significantly more than in the previous year. The conservative government wants to take migrants to Rwanda regardless of their asylum status.

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